SMFM's e-learning offerings are now all available on the SMFM's online education site. View webinars, work through question banks, and organize CME all in one spot. Our e-learning options are available at a discounted rate to SMFM members. If you a not a member, join SMFM. We welcome clinicians from a variety of disciplines, as well as practice managers, billers, and coders.
Multi-Disciplinary Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Course: Together with leading maternal health organizations, SMFM hosted the course, "Using Quality Improvement and Safety Science to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities." The recording is available for just $25.
Clinical Webinar Series: Reinforce your knowledge of SMFM's Consult Series publications with 30-minute clinical webinars. Each webinar summarizes an SMFM consult that has been published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Consult authors review recommendations and present a case study.
Fellow Lecture Series: A one-hour webinar available live on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 12:00 noon EST/EDT. This series covers a range of clinical topics and is intended to complement MFM fellowship programs. Past webinars are available on demand.
Mastery of MFM: A series of three question banks that are available to subscribers for one year after purchase. Earn up to 5 credits of CME for each question bank. Learn more about the clinical topics covered in Mastery #1, Mastery #2, and Mastery #3.
Web-Based Trainings: Earn up to two credits of CME with SMFM's interactive, case-based webinars. Current topics include: Sepsis During Pregnancy and Puerperium and Postpartum Contraception for the Medically Complex Woman.
Coding and Practice Management: Earn up to three credits of CEU or CME with an interactive web-based training intended to serve as an introduction to basic coding concepts: Coding Fundamentals for MFMs. Information on the in-person Coding Course can be found here.
Thrive: This online course was developed to address the growing problem of burnout among physicians and will help learners recognize burnout and second victim syndrome; identify the factors that contribute to burnout; lead their organizations in creating a culture of wellness; and take actions to increase personal wellness and resilience.
Critical Care Course: A series of lectures, self-assessments, and virtual simulations that can be taken for CME credit. Purchase the entire course (34.5 hrs of content) or smaller, focused bundles of content.
Questions? Contact Molly Rothschild